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There are things around everyone's home that usually just get tossed in the trash without thinking. But if you're on a tight budget, you may want to rethink, reuse, repurpose and recycle those items that would easily go into the garbage into items you would have spent hard earned money to replace.
Here are the items:
Plastic Produce Bags
Mesh Produce Bags
Empty Tin Cans
Desecant or Silica Packets
Plastic Newspaper Sleeve
Any Bottle with an Eyedropper
Used Dryer Sheets
I always keep all of these items and more to use in multple ways. It keeps me from spending money on other disposable items.
You'll have to listen to the show to hear how I use these!
Have fun and enJOY the journey!
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Rebroadcast: Reduce with David Beardsley of the UK & Africa http://reducetheuse.co.uk, and Reuse with Andrew Masters of France http://rootsproduction.com ...The host invites you to visit her site: http://brummet.ca ...& her daily blog: http://consciousdiscussions.blogspot.com
On November 25, my guest will be Jason Kliwinski, AIA, LEED Fellow, principal at Designs for Life LLC and CEO and Founder of the Green Building Center. Jason is a highly recognized and accredited professional in the field of Sustainable Design. As a practicing Architect with over 20 years of experience, he has been greatly involved in the restoration, preservation, and adaptive reuse/renovation of existing facilities as well as the creation of new environmentally responsible buildings. In 2012 Jason was named a LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) Fellow by the US Green Building Council, one of only 200 in the country, which is the highest professional accreditation through peer review of an applicant's work by the US Green Building Council. Jason’s approach to architecture and green building is holistic, with a focus on incorporating the principles of green building on-time and within budget. Jason founded his own architectural design firm in 2003 and more recently the Green Building Center in 2010 which focuses on providing owners, developers, property managers, and real estate professionals a convenient ‘one-stop’ location that brings green design, construction, products and education together under one roof using a unique integrative project delivery approach. He has been responsible for the design and construction of dozens of green buildings, many of which have achieved LEED™ certification in various markets, several carbon neutrality master plans for major institutions, and development and implementation of many educational programs focused on greening the built environment.
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Join Nicole Greer, PPCC to take on some Habit work that will literally save planet earth! In Nicole's S.H.I.N.E. Coaching Methodology, the "H" represents Habit Work. Habit work is essential to letting your light illuminate the world. WIth good habits in place, we allow the flow of positive energy and create positive outcomes. Doing your part for the environment is imperative to your future and your ability to live a vibrant and productive life!
If you can be part of the process of sustaining the quality of life on planet earth, obviously this will create your own sustainability. This concept is so obvious, so close, so taken for granted, that you may just be numb to fact that you can really do some incredible work that would shift the whole trajectory of planet earth.
Take away strategies, systems, and smarts for shifting YOUR behavior to sustain a vibrant life!
Have you ever wondered where high end construction found that beautiful reclaimed wood or stone? They were probably in the right place at the right time. Never fear D.I.Y 'ers....Plant Reuse is here.
Larry’s guest is Nathan Benjamin,CEO and Founder of Planet Reuse, within Kansas City-which is described by some as a dating service for used materials. Planet Reuse makes the connection between the people who have the materials and the individuals who want to buy them. The PLanet Reuse mission: to reduce deconstruction refuse from 30 to 40 percent by the year 2020.
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Tune in tonight, the EPA’s definition of a brownfield is a property’s reuse may be complicated by the potential presence of hazardous substances or contaminants, Dan French of Brownfieldlisting .com is helping to market and sell these properties while cleaning up our environment and creating jobs! Listen to see how you can get in on the next real estate boom and green up our world.
Don't miss this show!
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What: From the creators of Pillow Fight NYC, this is a bubble battle to the soapist end.
Bring bubble makers and plenty of bubble solution.
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For a seriously epic snapshot story, head to Union Square where hundreds of New Yorkers will blow
bubbles at the same time.
What better way to reuse the wand.
times: 6 to 9
Not ready for Gazillion Bubble Show - that will blow you away?
Well, Union Square in NYC will offer a free bubble show where you can participate with your own bubbles!
A Theory of Parenting on BTR also likes to have bubble time all Seasons!
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The ReUse People of America, a nonprofit Environmental Corporation reduces the solid waste stream and changes the way the built environment is renewed by salvaging building materials and distributing them for reuse.
This week we're getting back to the basics! Sometimes 'new and improved' doesn't mean 'better than the old.' Examples like the current trend back to wood and charcoal for grilling, or using found and refurbished parts during construction indicate that we're all still willing to learn from the past. Instead of throwing things away and buying new, there is a second thought of "Can I reuse this?" Lets talk about how you've done this at home and where we see the trend taking DIY. Join us!
Live Wednesday night 8-10 pm EST, we continue to give Georgia spring football updates.
Plus, all of the latest in Bulldog recruiting news-tons of visits lately!
We will have Rivals own Jake Reuse joining us, as well as '17 recruit in Aubrey Solomon from Lee County Georgia
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